It’s been a rough year to be a new grandfather.
How does my luck go?
We’ll be going up north with our extended family later this year and one of the most treasured moments at this sacred spot is sitting on the p…
When you talk to people who retire, some of the biggest challenges they have are that they need a sense of purpose.
When it comes to Father’s Day, I feel like we have it all wrong about gifts.
They say that genius is close to insanity. I am starting to feel like Albert Einstein.
For the second year in a row, the Petersons are under attack. I thought robins were supposed to be docile.
There are times in the lives of men when you realize there are some sacrifices you have to make for the women you love.
Kay Timm, who was a long-time proofreader at the Watertown Daily Times, used to have a dream. Like most employees who work here, she was dedic…
It’s now Day 4 since I have had a shower. I am actually fantasizing about the time I can do it again. And it’s all my fault for procrastinating.
At last, spring has arrived and it’s time for a man’s ultimate retreat. Yes, guys, you know what I am talking about. It’s lawn mowing.
We men are pretty simple. When we return to the cave after a day of hunting down dinner, we hope for a little appreciation that we have slayed…
In the movie “The Ten Commandments,” I vividly recall the depiction of Passover. A dark fog creeps through the streets like an amorphous tenta…
You learn a lot about yourself when you are confined to quarters during the coronavirus shut down.
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A co-worker sent me a link from a news story about an Australian newspaper that printed extra blank pages of the newspaper as a tongue-in-chee…
I suddenly became the Imelda Marcos of barbecue tools at our house.
It was time to make a rebellious statement. It had to be bold.
There are just some things that make you feel old.
When you’re a child, all the rules are absolute. Santa only has two lists, one for the good kids and one for the bad. There are no ‘tweeners.
We live in a world that is all about ME!
Scrape. Scrape. Scrape.
One of my favorite books as a child was Dr. Seuss’ first children’s book, “And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street.” It’s a story that b…
The abysmal Packer game was winding down and we needed a diversion Sunday night, so naturally we opened Christmas presents, or I should say my…